The aim of my article is to analyze the concepts and phenomena of diagnosis and recognition, often considered to be semantically identical. While in psychiatric practice such an identity does not necessarily have adverse effects, in the anthropological and cultural domains identification of diagnosis and recognition may cause stigmatization, or other undesirable consequences. The article attempts to justify this thesis.
recognition, diagnosis, psychiatry, anthropology, Kołakowski, Kępiński, Dąbrowski
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Rosińska, Zofia. “Recognition and Diagnosis from the Perspective of an Anthropological Philosophy of Culture.” Eidos. A Journal for Philosophy of Culture 2, no. 2(4) (2018): 89–99. https://doi.org/10.26319/4718.
Institute of Philosophy, University of Warsaw
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